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TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 4

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The Gita - Chapter 3 - Shloka 4

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The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 4

Shloka  4

O Arjuna, it is not only important to understand the meanings of Sankhyayoga and Karmayoga, but it is also important to understand the aims or goals behind each of these courses of action.

The aim of Karmayoga is to achieve freedom from action. One cannot achieve the goal by total inaction or by not performing any action at all. The goal of Sankhyayoga is the realization of God.

When one has fully realized God, he has reached a state of perfection. Once simply cannot attain this state of perfection by giving up or retreating from the performance of one’s actions.

मनुष्य न तो कर्मों का आरम्भ किये बिना निष्कर्मता को यानी योगनिष्ठा को प्राप्त होता है और न कर्मों के केवल त्याग मात्र से सिद्भि यानी सांख्य निष्ठा को ही प्राप्त होता है ।। ४ ।।


 

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